Police Videos Chennai Protests

'Police Videos Chennai Protests' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Cop Caught On Camera Slapping Woman Protester In Tamil Nadu's Tirupur
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    A woman protester was slapped by a senior police officer in Tirupur, Tamil Nadu on Tuesday evening. Additional deputy superintendent of police (ADSP), Pandiarajan, was seen in a video hitting the woman with a lathi before slapping her as he tried to disperse protesters. The incident occurred in Samalapuram in Tirupur, about 460km from Chennai, when...
  • Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Friday January 27, 2017
    On a day when Chennai's hold on a massive, peaceful protest loosened suddenly, the videos tumbled out in quick succession - men and women in police uniforms setting autorickshaws on fire, vandalising property, raising their lathis or batons high above their heads and bringing them down with crashing force on parked vehicles. Within minutes, the vid...
  • What Sparked Police Excesses In Chennai? New Video From Ground Zero
    Chennai News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    A frenzied crowd on rampage, booing, catcalling and shrieking, setting fire to bikes and a vehicle outside the Ice House Police station - the closest to Chennai's Marina beach, where the protest against Jallikattu was being held.
  • Jallikattu: Hope These Are Actors, Not Cops, Says Kamal Haasan About Chennai Videos
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    Actor Kamal Haasan said today that a series of videos uploaded on social media that show policemen indulging in arson in Tamil Nadu has left him "shocked". NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the videos, which have been tweeted by Kamal Haasan and other celebrities like actor Arvind Swamy.
  • Jallikattu: Women Hit And Arson By Cops, Show Chennai Videos Now Being Investigated
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A woman stands at a door as a policeman comes at her with a baton and hits her. Another policeman targets the same woman. A third tries but the woman rushes indoors. This is one of the many videos shared on social media, allegedly of Chennai policemen caught in acts of violence during their crackdown on Jallikattu protesters yesterday.
  • Jallikattu: Kamal Haasan, Others Tweet Video Of Cop Setting An Auto On Fire
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A video aired on some local channels in Chennai shows a policeman setting fire to an auto-rickshaw, allegedly during today's violence that marred what had been a lengthy and peaceful campaign supporting Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport. NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the video, which is going viral.

'Police Videos Chennai Protests' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Cop Caught On Camera Slapping Woman Protester In Tamil Nadu's Tirupur
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Nidhi Sethi | Wednesday April 12, 2017
    A woman protester was slapped by a senior police officer in Tirupur, Tamil Nadu on Tuesday evening. Additional deputy superintendent of police (ADSP), Pandiarajan, was seen in a video hitting the woman with a lathi before slapping her as he tried to disperse protesters. The incident occurred in Samalapuram in Tirupur, about 460km from Chennai, when...
  • Jallikattu Protest: Stung By Viral Videos, Chennai Police Says 'Should Have Tracked Social Media'
    Chennai News | Written by J Sam Daniel Stalin | Friday January 27, 2017
    On a day when Chennai's hold on a massive, peaceful protest loosened suddenly, the videos tumbled out in quick succession - men and women in police uniforms setting autorickshaws on fire, vandalising property, raising their lathis or batons high above their heads and bringing them down with crashing force on parked vehicles. Within minutes, the vid...
  • What Sparked Police Excesses In Chennai? New Video From Ground Zero
    Chennai News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Wednesday January 25, 2017
    A frenzied crowd on rampage, booing, catcalling and shrieking, setting fire to bikes and a vehicle outside the Ice House Police station - the closest to Chennai's Marina beach, where the protest against Jallikattu was being held.
  • Jallikattu: Hope These Are Actors, Not Cops, Says Kamal Haasan About Chennai Videos
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Veer Arjun Singh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    Actor Kamal Haasan said today that a series of videos uploaded on social media that show policemen indulging in arson in Tamil Nadu has left him "shocked". NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the videos, which have been tweeted by Kamal Haasan and other celebrities like actor Arvind Swamy.
  • Jallikattu: Women Hit And Arson By Cops, Show Chennai Videos Now Being Investigated
    Tamil Nadu News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A woman stands at a door as a policeman comes at her with a baton and hits her. Another policeman targets the same woman. A third tries but the woman rushes indoors. This is one of the many videos shared on social media, allegedly of Chennai policemen caught in acts of violence during their crackdown on Jallikattu protesters yesterday.
  • Jallikattu: Kamal Haasan, Others Tweet Video Of Cop Setting An Auto On Fire
    Tamil Nadu News | Reported by Uma Sudhir, Edited by Raija Susan Panicker | Tuesday January 24, 2017
    A video aired on some local channels in Chennai shows a policeman setting fire to an auto-rickshaw, allegedly during today's violence that marred what had been a lengthy and peaceful campaign supporting Jallikattu, the bull-taming sport. NDTV cannot verify the authenticity of the video, which is going viral.
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